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Saint Lucia Jazz Festival 2020 Updates

Join Patti Labelle, Chick Corea, Chucho Valdés, and many more In Saint Lucia.

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Tickets for the 2020 Saint Lucia Jazz Festival produced in collaboration with Jazz at Lincoln Center are available via www.stlucia.org/jazz. In addition, hotels and resorts throughout Saint Lucia are offering packages with special rates, tickets and more. Details can be found here.

To date, the diverse lineup includes artists spanning the Caribbean, the U.K., and the U.S. including:

  • A Special Evening with Patti LaBelle
  • Chick Corea Trio with Carlitos De Puerto and Antonio Sánchez
  • Chucho Valdés Summit Featuring Joe Lovano and Esperanza Spalding
  • Willie Jones III Quintet: Celebrating the Music of Roy Hargrove featuring Renée Neufville and Special Guest Chucho Valdés
  • Alphonso Horne and the Gotham Kings
  • Ruben Fox’s London Brass Band and Theon Cross and Mark Kavuma
  • Maher Beauroy presents “Washa!”
  • Poppy Ajudha
  • Lisa Simone
  • Sheléa: The Soul of the American Songbook
  • Nightly Jam Sessions
  • and more to be announced

In addition to world-class performances, the 2020 Saint Lucia Jazz Festival will feature “Artists In Education” initiatives including masterclasses, professional development, and live performance collaborations with Saint Lucia School of Music students and local jazz artists.

11 COMMENTS

  1. You guys living in another planet,with Corona virus you thinking of Jaz,get real

  2. Most of the International Airlines have Cancell their Flights .That Jazz line up How will these Artists Travel to St.Lucia I wonder

  3. Castries Fisherman, my thoughts exactly. St. Lucia ain’t taking anything seriously….****

  4. I don’t mean no harm …wake up there is an international viral
    epidemic currently at hand which has already reached Martinique.
    From the reports which I have read …there is no medical response plan currently in place in St. Lucia.

    THIS SHOULD BE OF PARAMOUNT IMPORTANCE…not Jazz

  5. And the intellectuals are paying no attention whatsoever to this world killing epidemic “Coronavirus “. Bayteeze

  6. Yall mad coronavirus all over the place yall talking about jazz.Cancel all those events for the whole year,Jazz, carnival and cpl cricket.What happen to that goverment they not taking the virus serious.

  7. I guess it’s business as usual. Seems like St. Lucia is in a vacuum and not aware of what’s happening in the world right now. Why put people’s lives at risk, just for a Jazz Festival.

  8. This is down right crap that’s why we have the virus here already but they don’t care about us it’s solely the economy screw jazz let them wait for Patty LaBelle she have more common sense than that

  9. Umm most developed countries are cancelling the festivals. Countries who are better prepared for viral outbreaks than us. While we put our heads in the sand and act like business as usual

  10. Everbody here talking “Jazz” What about that greasy F?*k-fest “Carnival”? Oh no! Nobody touch my drunken stupidity “Carnival.” St. Lucians you all fooked up! first we resent de whites, now we going find out how we will live without de white. It will be years of mizery. I hope that someday they do want to come back. But probably never by cruise boat. If virus don’t get we, then hard times and spike in crime will.
    Buckle up your chinstrap life going to get lot’s tuffer.

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